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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Alicante
A nice comfortable budget hotel. Helpful staff and clean, tidy rooms.
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... basketball player and snowboarder to boot. I honestly did not know where to look when he first met Nadia and I in Murcia in a vest. He has muscles in places I don't think most men have places.
We have also been out for a curry! Near El Dorado-geddon and the Ex-Pat enclave there is a curry house built into a warehouse. Its culturally jarring speaking English to Indians in Spain while listening to sun burnt retirees from Rotherham discuss the 'shrapnel' they will leave as ...
... the ridges. We could see some signs of the recent rainfall, there was some erosion and a few puddles of water...generally a rare sight in this part of Spain. Eventually we came to an old ruin where we stopped for lunch. Then we finished our hike, climbing back along the side of the ridge to complete the circle and return to our cars.
It was a great way to restart our walking program. Here are some photos of the day.
... want" We took their advice and chose just a few activities, wanting to focus on relaxing.
I had several of the treatments offered including the colon cleanse...a treatment that isn't as bad as you might imagine, but I won't discuss it here.
Carol and Andrew West own the resort and have worked very hard to qualify as the UK’s first PCRM (physicians committee of responsible medicine) food for ...
... of our local favorites into their visit as we could. And during all of that time we enjoyed lots of conversation ands laughter as well as a few bottles of wine! It was a really wonderful family time for us. Thank you Barb and Tom...you are always welcome, please come ...
... I taught Montse the phrase 'Adding insult to injury'.
By the end of the day I had lost the ability to hear or even think in English let alone Spanish so I am utterly in debt to Montse for leading me around Murcia like a dribbling gibbering wreck and putting bits of paper in front of me to sign every now and then.
The academy are still advertsing for teachers with promises of helping to find a place to live and sorting out all the paperwork to which I ...